The Serial Rape Murder Case

The Serial Rape Murder Case
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
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Category Fiction
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9781524502621
Rating 4/5 from 21 reviews
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All evidence points to Gib Stranton as the murderer, but no hard evidence can be found. Gib has been very careful over the years. However, it has been proven he murdered two people and left them on the ground at the Nelson Ledges State Park. Hes gone into hiding. Thirty Sheriffs departments in Portage, Trumbull, Mahoning, and Geauga Counties are looking for the man. Several FBI men are searching for the man. But Gib is good at disguisessecret stashes of cars and trucks, homes, apartments, and aliases keep him hidden. Gib still manages to slip out and kidnap a woman, rape, and kill her. Police set up stakeouts, but he never goes where theyre waiting for him. Is someone helping him? With FBIs undercover man Detective Gideon Granger thinking Gib will go after his ex-wife, family members agree to guard her day and night. Gideon thinks that is the only way he will capture the man. Can he? In all that is happening, attorney for the family, Karrell Faldare, is working to get funds out of Harold Strangons estate before Gib absconds with it all, for Harolds daughters, twins Jean and Jeri and Meara and Nell. Karrell is also hunting for more elusive funds for Maryne from her ex-husband, Phil Montel. Both men were multibillionaires. Montel used a lot of false names. Can the hired detective in California discover where those funds are stashed?

The Serial Rape Murder Case
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  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Release Date : 2016-05-20

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